If you are renouncing your SG citizenship, go to CAB ICA for doc papers. It will be send out to you via snail mail .tcarrot wrote:I am about to renounce my Singapore citizenship as i have just become the citizen of my new adopted country. I have read in a few places on the web that the renounciation process for women is much faster than for men. Does anyone have experience with this? What is the quickest length of time for one to receive a renounciation certificate (not sure if this is the right term)? Would appreciate any thoughts on this matter.
Yup if you are in town and holds a valid foreign travel documents. This is the quicker way. If you brought along all your foreign docs proofs, you can submit directly with CAB ICA at 4th Floor. Make sure they acknowledge all the docs. It will may be process same day or a week depends on their vetting itself. You provide them with a return local mobile number for them to contact you.tcarrot wrote:Hello MS,
i read your reply on Sep 9, 2010 to a query about CPF - your advice to him was to take the renounciation note to go to the CPF Board to withdraw his CPF. Is it still true that the CPF board remits the funds directly right away to his/her account right away if the person goes to the CPF office in person?
Appreciate any insight on this. Many thanks.
I would sincerely advise you to read Kraikks' Postings on this matter as it is rather concise.ca2005 wrote:Hi SMS, Mad Scientist and all,
My son born as a Singaporean on 1994 and our family (including him) live in our new adopted country since 2005 and never return to Singapore. He has no plan to do NS in Singapore. Our family (including him) was granted citizenship in our adopted country on 2010.
Here is some of his background:
He left Singapore at the age of 10 years and 8 months.
He has a Singapore passport and valid till August 2007. We did not renew after it expired.
He has no NRIC. We did not apply for him.
He has no exit permit when he left Singapore on 2005.
We did not apply exit permit for him when he turn 13.
He did not register for NS when he turn 16.
He will be 18 end of this year (2012).
Can he renounce his Singapore citizenship now (at age 17, 2012) or he need to wait till age 21 (2015)?
Please advise the procedure for him to renounce his Singapore citizenship and have no issue with Singapore's law, MINDEF, NS and etc.
I hope he can visit his grandmother in Singapore after this is done.
Thank you everyone for your time and looking forward to your assistance.
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